Making Transport Policy in the European Union
The founding members of the European Economic Community (EEC), the precursor of the European Community (EC) and today’s European Union (EU), had high expectations for a common transport policy when they signed the Treaty of Rome on 12 March 1957. In a common market based on the freedom of movement of people, goods, services and capital, what could be more natural than a common transport policy?
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